CBD in Retail

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Canadian Cannabis Retailer to Buy Milwaukee-based FABCBD

Calgary-based High Tide, which operates 85 recreational cannabis retail stores in Canada, expands its U.S. presence with the acquisition of FABCBD

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Education Is Key to Capturing CBD Sales

An informed staff is the starting point for educating consumers on the uses and potential benefits of cannabidiol products.

Beverages, topicals and gummies are popular, despite lack of FDA approval.

When it comes to creating a CBD section in-store that sells, education is critical says Caliper.

The hemp and cannabis market and consumer researchers at Brightfield Group have recently launched Evergi, a platform that integrates consumer survey data with social listening in the emerging wellness industry.

A new report predicts the hemp industry will increase threefold in the next five years, from $1.9 billion in 2020 to $6.9 billion in 2025, according to Nielsen Global Direct data.

The Lempert Report: This year marks the first time hemp will be grown in Indiana as a commercial crop.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Five CBD has launched its own line of gourmet chocolates that contain CBD. 

Pending approval, industry may see new and different items sold at the mainstream store level this year.

Brightfield Group looks at the 2020 winners in CBD and cannabis.

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